Tucked in a cosy corner of Epicuria mall in Nehru place is a little Asian haven called Dimcha. Plastered in tasteful white tiles, comfy chairs and an open kitchen, we found Dimcha perfect for a reasonable yet delicious lunch! Why? We’ll tell you.
Though Rahul Sayal’s new venture is most famous for its dumpling, there were dishes worth every penny. Starting with the unique and fun menu experience which takes you back to the old school days of filling in multiple choice questions.
We started with their very own speciality Baa Mee Tom (soup) – done only by Dimcha, this noodle soup was spicy and brothy; perfect for the winters. Next calling for the dim sums we tried Prawn Hargao, a beautiful site! Fresh, with the perfect amount of crunch in the prawns. Spicy chicken dumplings were next on our list, having just the right amount of kick! If you are a duck lover then Black Pepper Duck Dumpling are meant for your taste buds.
After our dose of dumplings we moved onto the appetisers. Dimcha offers a special option of creating a customised wok tossed appetiser according to your taste bud preferences. We went for the very delicious Spicy chicken with crispy spinach – smoky chicken and fresh green spinach fried to crisp perfection, yum!
For main course we tried Green curry fried rice – the clear winner! Not the same ol’ green Thai curry and rice rather, rice stir fried with green curry, lemongrass (so fresh) and Chinese greens.
Ending our spice journey with fresh Homemade coconut ice-cream – the runner up! One could figure that the ice cream was prepared with fresh, grated coconut. Throwback to Shivi’s trip in Thailand!
Baa Mee Tom (soup)
Prawn Hargao and Spicy Chicken Dumplings
Spicy chicken with crispy spinach
Green curry fried rice
Homemade coconut ice-cream
What else did we like?
Outdoor seating, very reasonable price without compromising quality and an interesting menu with delish options!
So do visit Dimcha soon and let your taste buds go ‘Mmmm’.
Team Curious Components
Editor – Shamini Singhal